- Are the Design emissions factors national, regional, or state-based?
- Can I get weather normalized metrics for design projects?
- Can I use Target Finder for LEED documentation?
- Can I use Target Finder for major renovations?
- How can ENERGY STAR help me with the Architecture 2030 Challenge?
- How can I track my commercial new construction property design?
- How do I enter on-site renewable energy for a design project?
- How do I obtain "Estimated Design Energy" data?
- How does the Target Finder score compare with ASHRAE 90.1?
- How is the EUI calculated for a Design Target of "percent better than national median"?
- Is there a list of acceptable energy models to determine estimated energy use?
- My design project no longer achieves ENERGY STAR, can it still earn certification for the existing building?
- What is “Designed to Earn the ENERGY STAR?”
- When is a design project eligible for the Design to Earn?
- Which property types are eligible for DEES?
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